Don't expect the District of Columbia to return to the market anytime soon, according to Ellen M. O'Connor, the city's deputy mayor for finance.

"We're nearly dead from the last one," she said, referring to the city's Oct. 24 deficit bond issue. The $335.46 million general obligation issue included $230 million of variable-rate bonds, and $105.46 million of fixed-rate bonds.

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